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Restaurant Manager Denied Service to a War Vet and His K9 Just Before Memorial Day!

The Houlihan’s manager had forgotten what a Memorial Day is for.

Ann Moises





It’s difficult to understand the challenges a soldier has to face every day after being exposed to the dangers and the horrors of war. Not unless you’ve actually been there and have experienced what they’ve experienced first hand. Because despite their rigorous training, I don’t think anyone is really ever prepared to die or to take another man’s life.

To wake up every morning not knowing if it’ll be your last or if you’ll still be able to come home alive and in one piece? Imagine living your life like that every day.

Soldiers have to fight their inner fears and loneliness to protect our nation.  They selflessly do that so we can all sleep soundly at night knowing that there are no hostiles trying to take away our rights and our freedom. For all the sacrifices these soldiers have done for us, the least we can do is to honor and support them, particularly those who have been physically, emotionally, and psychologically scarred by war.

Like war veteran Garett Loughran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after serving four tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is having difficulties coping up with the outside world and needs the help and support of the people around him.

Fortunately, there are smart, gentle, and highly trained K9s who can help war veterans cope with such conditions. These service dogs know how to calm their masters whenever they’re in a crowded place. That’s why they have to accompany the war vets wherever and whenever. Such dogs can enter any establishment with their masters—no questions asked—and they have the papers to support that.

As a pre-Memorial Day treat, Garett’s mom wanted to have lunch with her son so she took them to a local Houlihan’s. Unfortunately, things didn’t go exactly as planned. The manager refused to let Garett enter the premises with his dog, and she even asked what type of service Hershey provides— an unethical question that no one has the right to plainly ask.

The manager refused to let Garett enter the premises with his dog, Hershey, and she even asked what type of service the dog provides— an unethical question that no one is supposed to ask.

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Houlihan’s issued an apology letter to Garett’s family for the way the manager behaved. They also pledged to donate $2000 for “Pets for Vets”, an organization that provides highly trained K9s to war veterans who need help.

The manager was already fired from her job.

What are your thoughts about this matter? What can we do to stop this incident for happening again?

H/T: SFGlobe, CA News 

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Homeless Man Who Wanted To Be ‘Adventurous,’ Rescued By Firefighters From A Tiny Storm Drain!

He said he was stuck in the very tiny space for three days!

Inah Garcia



Stories of people and animals getting stuck in a small place or two always get to our hearts. For whatever reason, no law-abiding citizen deserves to be stranded and be rejected of their freedom. But in the case of the story we found, we are not sure if the entrapment incident of a man was self-induced or not. Although this story happened for quite some time now, we think it is still worth sharing as the circumstances under which it happened are quite interesting.

A man, whose name was not identified, was found stuck in a storm drain outside the Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville, TN. After someone heard his yells, firefighters came to the rescue and kept on drilling and sledging for almost an hour to free the man. The mission was so delicate since the man was stuck face down in a very tiny space. The rescue operation was successful but the investigation as to why the man was stuck there in the first place has not found a concrete direction.

When the man, who the police believe is homeless, was asked why and how he got there, he initially said that he wanted to be adventurous but then he changed his statement and instead testified that he was being chased. The man also claimed that he has been in there for three days! Although skepticism is all around the angles of this story, we are still glad that the man was saved -- regardless of how and why he was stuck in the first place.

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Mysterious ‘Angel’ Appeared at a Car Crash Site, Miraculously Did This and Disappeared!

The priest came towards the young girl and prayed for her.

Ann Moises



Do you believe in angels and in the power of prayer? Most people encourage us to pray when everything seems lost and hopeless. Katie Lentz's experience proved that angels do exist and that prayers can really move mountains. However, in Katie's case, it wasn't a mountain, but a totally wrecked vehicle.

Katie was 19 years old when she was hit by a drunk driver in the Missouri highway 19, at around 9 a.m last 2013. The impact pinned her between the steering wheel and the car seat.

Katie Lentz's car was hit by a drunk driver in Missouri highway 19.


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Famous ‘Love Locks’ Have Been Removed From Pont des Arts Bridge In Paris

Paris breaks the hearts of locals and tourists as the ‘love locks’ have been removed from Pont des Arts bridge in Paris.

Jessa Ventures



Paris, dubbed as the city of romance, is something you can find in everyone's bucket list of must-see places. Dream travel destinations such as the famous Eiffel Tower, the legendary bookstore Shakespeare and Company and of course, who would want to miss the romantic Pont des Arts bridge? Each of these places are absolutely iconic.

Couples from different parts of the world come to visit Pont des Arts and leave padlocks or 'love locks' as a symbol of infinite love. It's actually a tradition which began in 2008. Just recently though, authorities broke the hearts of many locals and tourists as these padlocks have been removed and now banned from the said bridge.

Armed with bolt cutters, city workmen began cutting the love locks open fearing that the sheer weight of the padlocks was putting the 19th century structure - and everyone's safety - great at risk. Reports say that about 700,000 padlocks, with names of couples written on them and the keys tossed into the River Seine, have been there for years.

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